Engraveable Calligraphy Inkwell

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This elegant inkwell made from glass and hand crafted nickel silver has an ornate hinged cap and gives you the possibility to engrave a name on the front, making it an ideal gift. Made in Italy by Bortoletti Fonderia Artistica.

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Engraveable Calligraphy Inkwell

This elegant inkwell made from glass and hand crafted nickel silver has an ornate hinged cap. The front of the bottle gives you the possibility to engrave a name, making it an ideal gift. Conceived by Bortoletti's master jewellers, this wonderful inkwell will make a beautiful addition to your writing desk or calligraphy set.

Manufactured in Italy by Bortoletti Fonderia Artistica

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Material:
Glass, Nickel Silver plated bronze
Manufacturer:
Bortoletti
Dimensions
5.5cm (dia) x 6cm (h)
Can be engraved:
Yes
    Who are Bortoletti?

    Bortoletti was founded in 1980 by four brothers driven by the passion passed on by their father for bronze casting and sculpture.

    It was born in Venice, and it was here that a story of love and passion began that has been handed down from father to son in respect for tradition and the need to preserve what is wonderful about culture.

    Bortoletti Fonderia Artistica design and create exclusive handmade objects in the tradition of Venetian craftsmanship, from the pencils of their designers and their artistic creativity come the designs of wonderful products and it is always a lifeblood of the whole creative process.

    The passion and care they devote to their products are a source of pride and satisfaction for everyone. All creations are unique pieces, handmade and produced elusively in Bortoletti's workshop. By integrating with modern habits, they restore to you the pleasure of giving that has belonged to us all for millennia. The design of Bortoletti's products is so pleasing to the eye because it speaks of the past in the language of the present.

    If you have a piece of Bortoletti - you have a part of Venice in your hands. 


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